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Album Review

Muchachito Bombo Infierno — loosely translated as "The Kid's Big Drum Hell" — is the new project of Muchachito (Jairo Perera), a Barcelona-based singer and boxer whose music is rooted in traditional Latin forms but delivered with pure rock & roll gusto. From the opening track "El Compadre," powered by a wah-wah groove straight out of '70s funk, through the jittery "Mas Que Breve" (which sounds like a much less uptight Franz Ferdinand) and the odd synth-ska of "115," Vamos Que Nos Vamos (again, loosely translated: "we go because we go") is a varied and unpredictable record that's stabilized by Muchachito's force of personality, aggressive delivery and sure rhythmic sense. Just musically familiar enough not to sound forbidding to those looking for a gentle way into contemporary Latin music, this is also an excellent party record. [Vamos Que Nos Vamos was reissued in 2006 with a 15-track bonus disc; some editions also included a live DVD.]

Biography

Genre: Alternative and Latin Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Muchachito, guitar player and vocalist of Muchachito Bombo Infierno, began his musical career in the streets. Passing time playing guitar for the people walking by, Muchachito met other street musicians from all over Spain and beyond, coloring his creative ideas and direction. His first group, Trimelon de Naranjus, was a reflection of these experiences, incorporating many of the musicians he'd met while busking. The band released two records, first in 1997 and again in 2000 before breaking up in...
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